Geometric Popsicles Are Designed For People With Sensitive Teeth

Food & Drink
Recent RISD grad Ruby Schechter was looking for fun new ways to introduce probiotics into one’s diet when she stumbled upon a popsicle recipe, and The Better Pop was born. The Better Pop’s unique (patented) shape is said to reduce discomfort for those with sensitive teeth.

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Why Kombucha Popsicles Are Better For Sensitive Teeth

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